The Habit of Ferocity

"I have a clearer grasp of what I care about, the big picture problems I want to solve, and the plans and ideas to tackle them"

Before this program, I was an INTJ who also struggles with ADD/ADHD. This creates a strange dichotomy - I expect excellence and mastery of myself and others AND it is hard to become a master and be excellent at something when you are thinking about 100 things at once. Thankfully, one of my colleagues mentioned some of the patterns they were seeing and I started managing myself better. 

I purchased this course in February 2020, shortly after leaving the previous job. I started, did a few days, and then put it down. I started again in March and by August I was still 2/3rd of the way though. So, I started again and rewatched every day and came back consistently on a daily basis. There is a lot to take in, and the changes it leads to can seem overwhelming - especially if you try to do them all at once. in hindsight, i think it is better to go through the material on a daily basis, so that you can integrate the learning into your daily routines. 

Thanks to the Habit of Ferocity course, I have a clearer grasp of what I care about, the big picture problems i want to solve, and the plans and ideas to tackle them. i see how flow and flow triggers work, and i use them on a daily basis. Being on my road bike is where I have the most flow, and since there is not always time in the morning before work, I have found other flow triggers - Puzzles! A few minutes with Sudoku, a Rubik’s cube, or thought-based video game is perfect. I have also been very lucky to have had a great accountability partner. We are from opposite sides of the world, and we both moved to the opposite side of the world, but we have a lot of things in common and we speak every week.

Andrew Edsall

Founder, Great Wave Consulting & Director, Response:AI

Tokyo, Japan

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